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Homework Schedule Topic Due 3:30 pm on Tue Points 1 types and expressions 1/18 5 2 functions and memory management 1/25 5...
Homework 3 Data structures in C In this homework, we practice our C skills by implementing a String data structure, and testing our implementations against each...
CS385 Operating System Concepts and Design This is the course website for CS385spring11 of Spring 2011. Please see the Syllabus for initial course details. Midterm...
Homework 1 First Steps In this homework we set up the class environment, and practice some C programming. There are many things to do in this homework, and some...
Lecture Recordings Screen captures and audio recordings of most lectures will be made available here. The OmniOutliner document used throughout the semester is occasionally...
Homework 10 a read/write filesystem (15 points!) In this homework, we extend our simple read only file system from the previous homework to also support creating...
Homebrew file system (read only) In this homework, we create our own filesystem kernel module. The template code provides a `skeleton` file system module, which can...
Homework 8: DIY Memory Allocator User programs typically allocate memory using the standard library functions malloc() and free() . These are userspace functions...
Homework 7: a portable inter process messaging library Modern operating systems provide several means of inter process communication. In linux, these include signals...

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